Summary: I needed a small card to fit in my pc that still had power, used a molex to 6 pin adapter and this baby is great! plays fall out, skyrim, and any other game i throw at it on ultra! plenty of power and a great buy!
Summary: Updated from and old 1G 9500GT and the difference was night and day. Definitely a good choice for a low budget gamer or someone putting together a htpc or planning to do a lot of streaming. One caveat, not enough to dock a start though, is that this card is big with the dual fans and it might not fit into smaller htpc cases or cover up space PCI slots on mini or micro size ATX MBs.
Summary: This card will play starcraft 2 HOTS on max settings, which is all I really need if for. It obviously not a Titan or anything but it recamends the highest settings on every game i have tryed so far and they all run good (granted the most tolling games I've played on it are crysis 2 and battlefield bad company 2.
Summary: I like this card. Its just what I needed for my new rig. A friend recommended ASUS as the most reliable. I had used MSI in the past with no issues. That PC was on for about 4 years and still works. This card is in my main rig now. It handles anything I throw at it just fine. It's been on for about two months now. No issues so far. I do not game but do watch a lot of blue-ray stuff.
Summary: Had updated all the components in my system except my video card from 2007. I don't exactly play bleeding edge games so I can't comment on that. But it definitely improves the performance of older games and allows you to crank up all the eye candy on them without dragging down FPS rates. It is probably overkill for what I do but better too much than too little. Was easy to install, no conflicts when starting up and was also easy to find updated drivers and install them.